Three of the best... London day spas for groups

Looking for pre-Christmas party pampering or New Years rejuvenation? London offers a range of spas ideal for corporate groups and here's three of the best...

Thai Square Spa
Thai Square Spa

Thai Square Spa

This hidden gem occupies a fantastic location in central London, tucked away off Whitehall just minutes from Embankment, Trafalgar Square and Charing Cross Station. Walking down the steps into the Sen Space, guests are instantly transported from the hustle and bustle outside into a serene and tranquil haven.

A finalist in the Best Spa for Groups category in the 2016 Good Spa Guide Awards, this retreat is ideal for small corporate groups. It offers five Thai Massage treatment rooms, six Ritual Massage rooms and one VIP Suite Treatment Room with private relaxation zone and steam room. Other features include a Vichy Shower Treatment Room and a Himalayan Salt Room for salt house therapy.

Group packages start from £79 per person (minimum five people), which includes a one-hour Sen Space Experience and a 30-minute treatment, with the Deluxe Group Spa package including an hour and a half treatment for each person for £149 per person.

thaisquarespa.com/

Agua Bathhouse and Spa at Mondrian London

Agua Bathhouse and Spa is designed to embrace the Hollywood glamour of the Mondrian brand. 

Offering six private treatment rooms, including a couples’ suite and a private thermal suite, it has been designed especially to accommodate spa days for groups and parties with a range of packages available. These include Mud Parties – a social evening where groups have exclusive use of the spa lounge to enjoy champagne and strawberries and treatments. Each person is treated to a facial cleanse, mask, massage and final finishing mask.

This takes around 15 minutes per person and the entire party for 10-15 people takes one hour. Prices are £95 per person, and groups can book at 6.30pm or 7.30pm on week days or 5pm or 6pm at weekends.

www.morganshotelgroup.com/mondrian

The Spa in Dolphin Square

This Moroccan-themed spa in Dolphin Square in London’s Pimlico is another finalist in the Best Spa for Groups in the 2016 Good Spa Guide Awards.

An exclusive use option is available for groups up to 14 guests to have exclusive use of The Spa to participate in the cleansing and purifying Moroccan Hammam and Rhassoul Rituals and indulge in contemporary spa treatments. The spa houses two studio treatment rooms and two relaxation lounges, a Hammam, Rhassoul Chamber, Salt Infused Steam Room and walled courtyard garden

Plants and products indigenous to Morocco – rose, eucalyptus, olive, Aragan oil – as well as herbs and honey are harvested from the Dolphin Square gardens, are all used to deliver the Spa’s unique rituals. Meanwhile, Dolphin Square’s mineral rich water is drawn from the only working Artesian well in the City of Westminster.

www.dolphinsquare.co.uk

 


 

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